Robotics Fair set for Saturday at Penn High School

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Penn High School will host a Robotics Fair this coming Saturday.

The event will take place outside, in front of Door D at the high school.

The fair will include an -“adapt-a-thon” that centers around the creation and distribution of adapted toys for children with disabilities.

The Robotics Fair will also offer non-contact games and activities for children and their families, including Giant Tic-Tac-Toe, Catapult Cornhole, 3-Cup Monte, Pyramid Takedown and a Build-a-Bot station.

Penn High School released the following information about the event:

Penn High School will host a Robotics Fair – featuring an Adapt-a-thon – from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 7. The event will be outside in front of Door D, and can be accessed by entering the parking lot in front of Penn High School off of Bittersweet Rd. 

The Adapt-a-thon is centered around the creation and distribution of adapted toys for children with disabilities. Families can either RSVP by emailing robotics@phm.k12.in.us, or families can just show up to the event.

The Robotics Fair will also offer non-contact games and activities for children and their families to enjoy, including Giant Tic-Tac-Toe, Catapult Cornhole, 3-Cup Monte, Pyramid Takedown, a Build-a-Bot station, and an FRC demo.

All COVID-19 protocols – masks/physical distancing – will be observed. 

Last year, Penn Robotics students created an ‘Incredible Hulk’ wheelchair for a local child – Zephan Cantu, so he could participate in Trick-or-Treating: https://penn.phmschools.org/main-news/penns-magic-wheelchair-revealed-cantu-family.

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